American suitFor the fourth consecutive day of records, 184,000 cases were reported on Friday and more than 68,000 people were hospitalized due to the virus. Last week, an average of more than 1,100 Americans died from the virus every day, and officials across the country announced new measures to deal with the virus.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie said: “We announced today that we will rebuild a 240-bed field hospital.”At the press conference on Friday. During the spring virus surge, his state had taken care of excess patients in field hospitals.
However, the gap in response is still largeSeeing a surge in cases. Michael George of CBS News reports that so far, 28 states have worn mandatory masks, while the other ten have not.
Idaho is one of those people without state authorization, and Governor Brad Little called on residents to use common sense.
Little said on Friday: “It comes down to personal responsibility. When you are with another person who is not in your home, please wear a mask.”
In contrast, Oregon Governor Kate Brown ordered a two-week “freeze” to limit social gatherings and required companies to close offices to the public and commission work from home “as much as possible.” It also closed gyms, museums, gardens and zoos, as well as indoor and outdoor recreational activities, among other measures.
After Arizona State University football coach Edwards tested positive, college football also took a hard line. The ASU-Cal game was cancelled, and at least 12 college football games were cancelled over the weekend-including a duel composed of three top American teams.
On Friday night, the governor of North Dakota unnecessarily ordered a statewide mask mission during months of debate. The state currently has the highest rate of new cases in the country.
Mayor Bill de Blasio warned that parents in New York City, who were once the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, warned that schools there might be closed..
Simultaneously,With the surge in the number of cases, we are fighting a full ICU.
This week, 1 in 378 Americans tested positive for COVID-19. A forecast says that the pandemic will reach its peak in January.
Dr. Michael Osterholm, a member of President-elect Biden’s newly formed Coronavirus Advisory Committee, said that the United States can reach 200,000 new virus cases per day.
He said: “From now until next spring, when the vaccine is available, we will witness the darkest days of this pandemic.”
“Don’t be surprised when we handle 200,000 cases every day.”
President Trump painted a more optimistic outlook during Friday’s pandemic, saying that he expects Pfizer’s vaccine to receive emergency use authorization in the coming weeks. Vaccines still need to work with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to eliminate barriers.
The president also stated that he will not issue new national restrictions.
President-elect Biden called on the federal government’s response to “extremely lacking.”